March 5, 2010 - Glasgow International Festival of Visual Art - Fourth Edition
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March 5, 2010

Fourth Edition

Fourth Edition
16 April – 3 May

www.glasgowinternational.org

Glasgow sees the return of the Glasgow International Festival of Visual Art in April 2010 for its fourth edition.

With exhibitions by both Glasgow-based and international artists, from David Shrigley and Douglas Gordon to David Maljkovic and Fiona Tan, the Festival takes place over two weeks and across the city. An epic and immersive installation by Christoph Büchel fills the vast main gallery at Tramway; a new soundwork by Glasgow-born Susan Philipsz resonates from the banks of the River Clyde; Jimmie Durham presents new work at the Glasgow Sculpture Studios and David Noonan takes on the main hall of the city’s Mitchell Library. There are performances (including the redoubtable Linder), symposia and free bicycles taking to the city’s streets courtesy of NVA.

Under the artistic direction of Katrina Brown and inspired by the relationships between past, present and future, over 50 artists are presenting sculpture, drawings, film, video, installations, soundworks, performance and music in a vast range of venues and locations, from the city’s renowned Kelvingrove Art Gallery and Museum, through the Hunterian Art Gallery, the Gallery of Modern Art, the Centre for Contemporary Arts (CCA) and Tramway to diverse artist-run collectives, small galleries, temporary sites and the hidden and outdoor spaces of the city.

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